I've set up a simple macro to transmit an IR code (TV volume up) from my USB-UIRT, triggered by a button press event on my RF remote (Firefly). The macro contains the AutoRepeat action, set to repeat the macro every 0.2 seconds (i.e., 5 times per second). The problem is that the USB-UIRT Transmit IR action takes too long to finish executing (maybe 0.5 seconds), thereby slowing down the macro and holding up the AutoRepeat. This makes my volume up change too slow.
I've tried turning on and off the "Pass short repeat codes as enduring events" to no avail. Also, when I quickly push the button on the RF remote to manually fire the action, the macro fires quickly in succession, without any delay, so the action doesn't seem to be locking up the whole system, just the individual macro. (In other words, I can manually repeat the macro more quickly by pushing the remote button quickly than with the AutoRepeat approach by holding down the button).
Has anyone else run into this problem?
I'm using Windows XP 32-bit, with Eventghost 0.4.1.r1544.